Example sentences for: dictatorships

How can you use “dictatorships” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Military dictatorships generally are less efficient than those run by lone despots or the clergy.

  • Bruno's crime, like Galileo's, was to undermine the uniqueness of our planet, and by doing so, to threaten the intellectual security of the religious dictatorships of his time.

  • If we wanted to use one variable to predict whether a nation is involved in Huntingon's Sinic-Islamic "connection," we'd be better off knowing whether it's one of the four remaining Communist dictatorships than knowing whether it's one of the five Sinic nations (50 percent predictive power vs. 40 percent).

  • On the other hand, leaders who are--by African standards--democratic, uncorrupt, and competent have taken over former military dictatorships such as Uganda.

  • Every self-respecting dictator will decorate himself with grand military titles--but let us set these baubles aside and concentrate on dictatorships run by genuine career military officers.


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